Updated: 04/08/2013 5:14 PM KSTP.com By: Jennie Olson
Mental health care has been a hot-button issue in recent months. There’s been talk of increasing access to help, but local mental health groups fear a proposed Health and Human Services spending bill could lead to cuts.
A rally took place Thursday at the Minnesota State Capitol, and protesters say the bill could result in $150 million fewer dollars for Health and Human Services. Finance Chair Senator Richard Cohen says the breakdown isn’t clear, but mental health programs could be hit.
We've compiled some online mental health resources available to Minnesotans: